Abbeville houses by Japanese hoteliers

Nishidas to build at ex-Haughey estate

17th April, 2016
Charles Haughey: the former taoiseach enjoys tea on the grounds of Abbeville in Dublin in 1995. Its owners have applied to build 46 houses on the estate Picture: Rollingnews

The Japanese Nishida family who bought Charlie Haughey’s Abbeville have applied to build houses on lands at the former taoiseach’s Kinsealy estate.

Drawings seen by The Sunday Business Post show plans for 46 energy-efficient contemporary family homes.

Tyler Owens Architects is submitting plans on behalf of Skyrise Developments, a firm with links to the Nishidas.

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